Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama
During the shoot, Choi Min-sik was so into character that he got the idea of beating up a random stranger who talked rudely to him in an elevator, only to realize he has turned violent during the shoot and eventually freaking out. Following the film's release, he met a girl in the elevator who freaked out and panicked seeing him, having watched the film. To calm her down, he told her "I don't kill people anymore, so you don't need to be worried about me. I'm human, not a killer."
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Kim Jee-woon made seven cuts totaling 80 to 90 seconds in order to receive a Korean over 18 restricted rating. Cuts were made to a scene of body parts being eaten by a dog and humans, and a human body being mutilated. Before the censorship, the Korean censors twice gave it a rating that would have prevented a video and mainstream theatrical release.
$13,567 6 March 2011